APS International Travel Award - The APS Foundation, in cooperation with the Office of International Programs, accepts applications annually for its International Travel Award. This award is intended to support travel costs for early- to mid-career international APS scientists native to and working in developing countries who otherwise would not be able to attend APS meetings, view guidelines and criteria.
JANE Award - The Office of International Programs annually accepts proposals for the John and Ann Niederhauser Endowment (JANE) Award, view guidelines and criteria.
USDA Traveling Scholarships - Available for overseas scientists to visit and work. In cooperation with a counterpart at a U.S. University, foreign scientists can submit a travel proposal to the USDA Foreign Ag Service (FAS). A directory of grants, exchanges, fellowships, and collaborative research opportunities can be found at https://www.fas.usda.gov/programs
The Brazilian scholarship, PAEC OAS-GCUB 2017, offers 670 scholarship opportunities to outstanding citizens of member states of the Organization of American States (OAS) to pursue a master's or doctorate program at Brazilian universities.
NIFA International Funding Program https://nifa.usda.gov/program/global-engagement-programs
International Foundation for Science http://www.ifs.se/
National Science Foundation International Programs http://www.nsf.gov/home/int/
AASCU Grants Resource Centerhttp://www.aascu.org/GRC/
The NATO Science Programme www.nato.int/science
AAAS International Science Collaboration Program https://www.aaas.org/program/international-office
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